Signs of learning or developmental problems can surface at a young age. There are a variety of observable indicators of possible learning differences. Early recognition and access to timely, evidence-based programs and services are critical to future learning success.
Speech and Language:
Every child develops at their own pace. Individually these behaviors do not necessarily mean there is a problem. If any of these behaviors prevent your child from being successful in social or academic environments, an evaluation will help you understand if intervention is necessary. Early intervention is vital.
A comprehensive evaluation should include:
The Summit Resource Center at The Summit School offers diagnostic testing services for children and adults. Our comprehensive evaluations measure cognitive learning patterns, academic achievement, executive function, memory functions, speech and language concerns and more. Click here to learn more about The Summit Resource Center.